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Submitted by FaultyPixel 451d ago | review

Metal Gear Rising: Revengance Review - Faulty Pixel

Think back to playing Metal Gear Solid on the PlayStation for the first time and several moments immediately come to mind – the rumble of the DualShock for the first time (A Hind D?), footsteps in the snow and overdosing on Diazepam, but the introduction of Gray Fox tops it for me.

Walking down that bloody corridor, wondering what the hell was going on and then seeing a solider elevated in the air by an invisible force before the final reveal was one of the highlights of the game. (Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, PC, PS3) -

LordMe  +   451d ago
I loved this game, S ranked all of Revengeance and now working on VR Missions.
0pie  +   451d ago
what is the point of reviewing a games that came out 5 months ago?
FaultyPixel  +   450d ago
Because people still might want to read a review of it maybe?

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